December 14, 2011
The Limited-Effects Theory
The Limited-Effects Theory is a theory that states the consumption of media will effect viewers, but only in certain ways and for a limited time. That's it. That's all I got out of this. Now I'm supposed to write like a 15-page paper about this? What in the shit are you fucking kidding me
Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah oh my f-ing god this still isn't even half a page yet. I probably can't just draw like 15 pages of dongs and have that count, right? Probably should have asked that in the last class. Welp.
Ugh this college shit is so lame. This is all stupid. The Sbarro on campus isn't even a good Sbarro, it's a shitty piece of shit Sbarro. You know how bad you have to work to be a bad Sbarro? They should give that Sbarro location a Nobel Prize in suckitude. Which is what I would give the Limited-Effects Theory, which apparently people don't even believe is a real thing any more. I guess you could say that the effects of the Limited-Effects Theory were ... limited. (YEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH) So it can suck a big fat meaty one, if you catch my drift.
You know what? Just give me an F. I don't even care any more. I don't know why I'm still writing. fhOUHFOQoihflajfhel;jho[qoefuieueioqry I'm gonna quit college and get a job at that horseshit Sbarro.
I'm sorry. You deserve better than this. I'm so sorry.
In conclusion, the Limited-Effects Theory